Steroids: True Stories Hosted by Curt Schilling
Words Can Work founder Jeanne Blake presented Steroids: True Stories Hosted by Curt Schilling and Words Can Work: When Talking About Steroids to Boston police recruits.
"The Boston Police Academy prides itself in providing a challenging and comprehensive training environment to all Recruit Officers. Our commitment is to skill-based training with real-life and practical knowledge and information that will benefit not only the 'professional interest but the human interest', keeping perspective of our ever - evolving role and responsibilities as police officers. Recruit Class #44-06, was fortunate to have Steroids: True Stories Hosted by Curt Schilling and Words Can Work: When Talking About Steroids presented to them. The presentation and panel discussion proved to be a very relevant topic for the times and a very informative and useful piece of awareness training that all Recruits will benefit from and make use of in their work as Police Officers. We are committed to prevention, education, and awareness. With the information received and knowledge gained, this class of future Police Officers is now equipped with another component of practical, realistic, useful and preventive information for anyone that may cross their path. The feedback received from Recruits was overwhelmingly positive - the Boston Police Academy is proud to have been part of such a valuable learning opportunity."
Deputy Superintendent Gladys R. Aquino Gaines, Commander, Training and Education Division, Boston Police Department
Steroids: True Stories Hosted by Curt Schilling forum at Fenway Park
The 2004 World Champion Boston Red Sox co-hosted an Educational Forum at Fenway Park featuring our new DVD Steroids: True Stories Hosted by Curt Schilling and the booklet Words Can Work: When Talking About Steroids. Hundreds of coaches, athletic directors, educators, and policy makers attended this successful event.
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What people are saying:
"Steroids: True Stories Hosted by Curt Schilling is an important resource for every school, community and family. It doesn't preach but offers the truth about these dangerous drugs. Boys and girls will see the adverse effects steroids have on one's physical and mental health. Parents who view this program will want to talk honestly with their kids about steroids, and intervene when they sense trouble."
Dr. Roberto Olivardia, Clinical Instructor of Psychology, Harvard Medical School
Co-author, The Adonis Complex: The Secret Crisis of Male Body Obsession
"If you're a head coach of a program, I hope you will take the time to show everybody in your program the DVD - from Varsity to JV to the freshmen team. If you have young assistant coaches, make sure you watch it together and talk about how to discuss the issue of steroids with your athletes. And, quite frankly, ask yourselves, 'Is there anyone in our program right now that we might suspect is abusing steroids? Has their appearance changed that much? Are they starting breaking out in acne in ways like we haven't seen before? Are you hearing any rumors?' If we're not willing to have the conversation, we're not going to fix the problem."
Peter Roby, Director, Center for the Study of Sport in Society, Northeastern University
"Steroids: True Stories Hosted by Curt Schilling gives testimony to the many reasons young people should say 'no' to anabolic steroids and follow the example of those who achieve their goals through hard work and determination."
Rocky Hager, Head Football Coach, Northeastern University
"I would like to thank you and all others that put on the great conference at Fenway Park. Very professional. I had my sports night last night and opened up the evening showing the DVD [Steroids: True Stories Hosted by Curt Schilling] to about 250 people, students and parents. Again thank you."
John Donato, Athletic Director, Minuteman Regional High School
"I enjoyed today's forum and congratulate Jeanne Blake, you and the others for putting together such an enlightening event. Thank you for making a world of difference in the lives of our children and parents and providing the tools [Steroids: True Stories Hosted by Curt Schilling and Words Can Work: When Talking About Steroids] for educators, health providers and stakeholders in our efforts to educate, inform and prevent the use of steroids."